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and the staff of mentoring for success to please come forward. [applause] and mr. kevin [inaudible] >> good evening superintendent, commissioners, i am can i havein trin from the support department and i promise said we would be quick today so my reputation is on the line so we have two programs in the department we are very proud of. yes peer resources. thank you very much for honoring peer resources. they're a great part of my department and also parenting with them is our mentoring for success programs. we have four grants. we had a [inaudible] with the district attorney's office and this is one of the projects we're partnering with the district attorney on. we currently have 640 mentors in the city mentoring 740 students but there are at least a thousand student who is are out there wanting a mentor that we cannot provide one for right now, so with that being said i will introduce three important people for the program,. [applause] >> so we're really happy that you're giving us time to talk about mentoring for success, quite a movement that is happening right now in mentoring and w
. >> 27-year-old kevin was admitted for bleeding in the brain. doctors examined him in person but he also had periodic visits from the robot. >> i thought it was really cool. probably the next best thing to having a doctor actually come and talk to you. it feels like you're actually talking to the doctor. you can see his face there and he can see you. >> reporter: doctors can also check the robot at home. >> right now, we have tremendous delays in our healthcare delivery. largely because we don't have enough physicians in enough locations. so this could really revolutionize. distribution of patients to physicians. >> and tomorrow, we'll probably start getting you up and moving you around somewhat. >> reporter: he also uses the robot to visit patients in other hospitals in southern california. and even sees patients in are the countries. in this day and age, patients like sitner expect on-demand service. >> i think it's just added comfort to a patient, knowing they can get care when they need it. >> reporter: these are designed to help doctors a
this year we've incorporated data that kevin coggin and ilsa (inaudible) provided and their suicide rates are off the charts, lesbian girls in our district. it's actually from the cdy youth risk survey. i want to offer that as a resource to folks in this room and encourage you in this pursuit of data. >> thank you. >> my question centers around the point of view of a parent. four years ago my son shot himself at school. he was a victim of bullying in sacramento, california. these kinds of summits are interesting it me because i'm boots on the ground. i am in the trenches every single day and i live in sacramento so i'm at the capitol and we use the word bullying which softens the behavior. this is abuse. it is peer abuse. and our children are crying for help. and the adults who are charged with their well-being turn a blind and deaf ear to it and here's my comment. there are no consequences for failure to comply. nothing with teeth. and i have a dead child who broke under horrendous circumstances where in one of the best schools in sacramento, meraloma, breaks every record going
, jane, susan, kay walker, deborah -- brian blake, iris, martis, gran, stacy, kevin, rose, and beth palmer. next speaker. >> thank you. my name is -- i'm a district 8 t.i.c. owner. i purchased a three unit t.i.c. in 2007, with a 20% downpayment. i lived with my wife and two children. since the peak of the market there's been a dynamic change in the financial lending practices of banks in the bay area that i believe is quite unfair. right now, we have tried to sell one of the three units in our building twice, with no success, due to the inability to refinance. additionally, my partner and i have tried to refinance our property twice in the past year and a half. both times being denied. the reason that we are being denied, our mortgage is the fact that many banks right now, we have approached three banks in the bay area, to refinance our house. they required 30% down and above market rates of about 5 to 6% mortgage rate onable basis. what that is telling the marketplace and people like myself who want to live in the city that t.i.c.s are actually an inaffordable option requiring 30%
-in-hand to hell. >> reporter: kevin space's richard iii drew packed crowds. a pretty murderous, brutal guy. >> completely. and obviously a very colorful character for william shakespeare to write about in dramatic form. >> reporter: but historians suspect shakespeare's richard iii may not be historically accurate. bones could tell a different story. >> i think this could be the moment where richard iii's reputation actually turns. this could be the moment where we look at his achievements and the positive aspects of richard iii and don't just see him as one of the old dark ages kings. >> either way, richard iii's bones will be reburied in a cathedr cathedral. even if he did kill his nephews, a parking lot is no place for a king. >>> that is our broadcast this monday night. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night.
for a long time. kevin, tell me, first of all how long you've been here and what it means to get a title. >> i've been here almost 30 years. >> 30 years. >> 30 years working for the family. give or take a few more. great people to work for. >> you've seen it getting the football team back and that second championship. what does it mean? >> this is great. baltimore waiting for this. this is our second title. it's a big deal. i'm loving it. i'm on top of the world. >> it's kind of a community feel with this team and with this community. is that accurate? you don't want to say that versus other teams. but it feels more so in baltimore. >> that's true. baltimore takes pride in their team. we have some of the best fans in the nfl. this is a great place and it was played just like baltimore. it wasn't pretty but it's just like baltimore. >> joe flacco is he the number one adopted son in this town? >> most definitely. i've been a joe flacco fan forever. and for all the haters, now they have to eat a little bit of sweet. >> are you going to help pay for his contract? >> i'll send him a burger. >
're meeting in april to make the decision. at the time kevin johnson will also given a presentation. he's trying to line up investors of his own and two years ago he was able to prevent the team to leave for anaheim. he'll try to do that again to keep the team and the tax money in our state. >> you can find more on her segments on cbssf.com slash mornings. >>> time for a look at what's coming up later on cbs this morning. charlie rose joins us uh-huh. he's back from new orleans, back up at new york now. good morning charlie. >> good morning frank, and our condolences to all the 49ers fans. you guys have a terrific football team. >> we're feeling it. >> here's what we have on cbs this morning, an inside look on how the super bowl power outage unfolded plus the winning coach, john harbaugh will be with us. we'll talk with him about how he and his family celebrated last night and how his brother is dealing with the defeat. and the super bowl ad, the winners and losers what made some stand out and others bomb. and san jay gupta on how we treat cancer an
for me. can you hold up your hands way up in the air? >> reporter: 27-year-old kevin sitner was admitting for bleeding in his brain. doctors examine him in person, but he also has periodic visits from the robot. >> i think it's pretty cool. it's probably the next best thing of having a doctor actually come in and talk to you. you see his face and he can see you. it feels like you're talking to the doctor. >> right now we have tremendous delays in our healthcare delivery largely because we don't have enough physicians in enough locations. so this could really revolutionize the distribution of patients to physicians. >> tomorrow we'll probably get you up somewhat. >> dr. vespa uses the robot to visit patients at other hospitals in southern california and even around the world. >> i think it's just added comfort to a patient knowing they can get care whenever they need it. >> still kind of looks crazy having the doctor's face rolling around on the robot. more than 700 of these robots are in hospitals around the nation. doctors can control them from home checking in on patients
leave? damn kids. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free. kevin in d.c. hi kevin. >> caller: good morning, lovely stephanie. >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: good morning, everybody. i'm feeling melissa fitzgerald. it made me feel kinship with jim. >> stephanie: she has a stripper pole in her apartment. >> that's an extra benefit. jim and i are the only two males that -- hmm put this delicately -- need the oral attention from two beautiful women at sexy liberal d.c. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: all right. go ahead with your point. >> i wish. >> caller: give me some credit. what you've been talking about with rude is yet again example of republicans -- they have a war on a lot of things but you know logic and data and previous -- previous experience. i don't -- you know, this guy before background checks, before he was against it. again, i've tried mightily. i've tried so hard not to demonize republicans. even up to 15 years ago, there were a lot of republicans i still admire and respect. but this crew now, how can the country survive when a large part of us refuses to accept reality? s
. host: kevin is on the unemployed line. caller: i've been out of work four years. i retrained for medical records after my job in the commercial printing industry was offshored. i've been trying to get employment as a medical coder,. i filed a complaint against one of the large hospital systems and was told it would likely go nowhere and all they could furnish me with was a right to sue letter. simultaneously, i filed a complaint with the civil rights center, because the local one- stop employment offices were not following up on my discrimination complaint against the hospital system. there is a lot working against the unemployed. i am finding people who are retrained for another field out of work long term, this is being held against us in addition to gender, age, disability. to your comment about the eeoc, i have to agree that you have a 1% shot of getting any resolution. host: the brunt of age. is this a factor in this process? guest: it is. among the long-term unemployed, people out of work for more than six months, and all the studies show that is the turning point. if y
of these characteristics you have. dr. kevin dutton, thanks. i'll tweet about your book as well. have a great day. >> thanks, gretchen. >>gretchen: coming up, louisiana governor bobby jindal and harsh words for his own party. >> in our society, i'm going to remember granny going over the cliff with the republicanss tossing him. how do you dumb it down and win an election? >>gretchen: should america's female spies look more like this? women at the d.i.a. told to women at the d.i.a. told to look more attractive. weight watchers online worked for us. we don't argue much. we really don't. meg usually just gets her way, and i go along with it. i think it worked for matt because i did it for him. when i'm the one cooking, i'm the one calculating the points. i can microwave things. you get to eat real food. we still get to go out. we're just so much smarter about it. we can keep each other in check. going, "okay, i see you." we've lost about 110 pounds together. it helped our love life. happy wife, happy life, right? right. [ jennifer ] weight watchers online. the power of weight watchers completely onl
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